Formicarius is a genus of passerine birds in the Formicariidae family. These birds are all found in the tropical New World, from southern Mexico south to Central America and northern South America. All are named as antthrushes, and are insectivorous forest birds. They are largely terrestrial, feeding mainly on the ground on ants and other insects.
The species, in taxonomic order, are:
- Rufous-capped antthrush, Formicarius colma
- Black-faced antthrush, Formicarius analis
- Mayan antthrush, Formicarius moniliger
- Rufous-fronted antthrush, Formicarius rufifrons
- Black-headed antthrush, Formicarius nigricapillus
- Rufous-breasted antthrush, Formicarius rufipectus
- "Antthrushes, antpittas, gnateaters, tapaculos & crescentchests". IOC World Bird List 7.1. 8 January 2017. Retrieved 5 February 2017.